Obaseki swears in members of Edo Assembly Service Commission

By Isaac Olamikan, Benin city

Edo State Governor, Godwin Obaseki, on Wednesday, swore in seven members of the Edo State House of Assembly Service Commission, charging them to support the government’s efforts at improving the lives of the people The Trumpet reports.

Obaseki  said  that his administration had introduced technology in the civil service, as part of efforts to deliver quality and efficient services to Edo people.

According to him, “Having you on board at this critical time in our transformation of all the arms of government, we have the confidence in you to help us undertake these reforms.

As you can see, on the part of the executive, we have been working very hard to reform the way the executive arm of government works.

“There is a lot of work going on in our public and civil service. We are introducing technology as a key driver for change so that we can deliver better and quality services to our people.

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We are also supporting such reforms in our judiciary; we are working with the judiciary authorities to introduce technology into our courts.” the Governor explained.

He said that the  government had trained a number of court stenographers  and that such training would continue in order to  deliver  quality services at all times.

He explained that  training and capacity building was  critical and crucial , charging members of the Commission to key into the reforming process in the three arms government.

“We don’t want the House  of Assembly to feel that they are not a part of our ongoing reforms. In fact, they should champion our reforms because we have only one House  of Assembly and they have fewer workers in relation to other arms of government.,” he said.

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